One of the preserved buildings of Josefov is the Old New Synagogue (Staronová synagoga). This synagogue is the oldest active synagogue in Europe. It was built in year 1270 in Gothic style. The Old-New Synagogue is the main house of prayer of Prague’s Jews today.
This synagogue was called the New Synagogue or the Great Synagogue. And after the newer synagogue was built the older synagogue became the Old-New Synagogue.
There is a legend that the Golem’s body lies in the attic of this Synagogue.
Old New Synagogue Front View
Old New Synagogue
Right near the Old-New Synagogue you may see the statue of Mosses.
The images are HDR images made of 3 photos each. Photos were made handheld.
Talking with people in Google+ I promised to post an image of the St. Vitus Cathedral interior without crowd. I would like to get into the Cathedral at time when none there but I was failed.. But.. I have found a position to make an image and do not have people in the frame. This view is from the point just behind the benches.
The image is an HDR vertorama made in the same way as described in other posts.
This is another view from the Old Town Hall Tower. This is to the left side of the previous photo. Right in the center you may see the church of St. Nicolas (Chrám sv. Mikuláše) and the St. Vitus Cathedral in the left corner.
This photo is an HDR panorama made of 8 HDR images. Each HDR images was made of 3 images itself. After merging the panorama required some work with masks and blending with another images to solve the issues with highlight areas.
View From Old Town Hall Tower On Church Of St Nicolas
As I was writing here there is a gate between the towers on the Charles bridge that was intended to defend the Mala Strana. Right beyond the gate you may see the St. Nicholas Church (Kostel sv. Mikuláše) also called the Saint Nicholas Cathedral.
I have found a view that seemed very fairy and I made a shot. Here is it.
View On St Nicholas Church Through The Charles Bridge Tower Gate